Blondie – Already Naked Lyrics

Already Naked by Blondie
Album : Pollinator
Released : 2017
Genre : Rock
Label : BMG Rights Management (UK) Ltd

I could tell that God was in the door
November pushed us to the floor
When our last rain fades
We can still radiate

Remember all the time it took
Remember how you gave me that look
And it’s not too late
And it’s not too late

Are you getting dizzy?
Cause there’s something in the water

Rewind, already naked
Inside, sun on the pavement(?)
Feels like we could be dancing
Tonight, maybe a chancer(?)

Rewind, already naked
Inside, blood on the pavement (?)
Feels like we could be dancing
Tonight, maybe a chancer(?)

A stylising interlude
We can’t be safe, nothing to prove
But we’ll be okay
And the [?]

The richer ups and tumble sea(/)
The bed is there for you and me
I’ve got all this time
I’ve got all this time

Rewind, already naked
Inside, sun on the pavement(?)
Feels like we could be dancing
Tonight, maybe a chancer(?)

Rewind, already naked
Inside, blood on the pavement (?)
Feels like we could be dancing
Tonight, maybe a chancer(?)

Hey yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah [x2]

Are you getting dizzy?
Cause there’s something in the water

Rewind, already naked
Inside, sun on the pavement(?)
Feels like we could be dancing
Tonight, maybe a chancer(?)

Rewind, already naked
Inside, blood on the pavement (?)
Feels like we could be dancing
Tonight, maybe a chancer(?)

○ Blondie – Pollinator (Album 2017)
01. Doom or Destiny
02. Long Time
03. Already Naked
04. Fun
05. My Monster
06. Best Day Ever
07. Gravity
08. When I Gave Up on You
09. Love Level
10. Too Much
11. Fragments

○ Listen to “Blondie” Songs

● “Call Me ”

[ Quotable ]
Oh, he speaks the languages of love
Oh, amore, chiamami, chiamami
Oh, appelle-moi mon cherie, appelle-moi
Anytime, anyplace, anywhere, any way
Anytime, anyplace, anywhere, any day, any way
Take me out and show me off
And put me on the scene
Dress me in the fashions
Of the 1980’s
You’re a man, no in-between
You know what your words can mean

● “The Tide Is High ”

The Tide Is High” is a 1967 song written by John Holt, originally performed by the Jamaican group The Paragons, with John Holt as lead singer.
The song went mainly unnoticed in the rest of the world, until it was rediscovered in 1980, when it became a US/UK number one hit for the American band Blondie.
[ Quotable ]
Every girl wants you to be her man
But I’ll wait my dear till it’s my turn
I’m not the kind-a girl who gives up just like that, oh no

● “Sunday Girl ”

[ Quotable ]
She can’t catch up with the working crowd
The weekend mood and she’s feeling proud
Live in dreams Sunday girl
Baby, I would like to go out tonight
If I go with you my folks’ll get uptight
Stay at home Sunday girl
Hey, I saw your guy with a different girl
Looks like he’s in another world
Run and hide Sunday girl

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